Chips and Technologies was a manufacturer of integrated circuits. Its products included chipsets for PC motherboards and computer graphics chips. C&T also designed a 386- compatible microprocessor known as the Super386 using clean room design techniques, but this chip never enjoyed as much success as the 386 CPUs produced by Intel, AMD, and Cyrix. Another chip by C&T was the Super Math math coprocessor for 386 systems, introduced in 1992, shortly before C&T stopped all work on their CPU and coprocessor development.
C&T was acquired by Intel in 1997, primarily for its graphics chip business.